It's a great habit to get into.
Tiger Woods feels pretty pleased with himself after winning both the Open again and another career Grand Slam at St Andrews.
Oh yeah, there'll be a text.
Woods assures Annika Sorenstam she'll be hearing about his latest triumph after edging one clear in the major race.
I'll just back off then.
Colin Montgomerie, getting used to his role as warm-up act for Tiger Woods, is asked to cut his news conference short to allow the Open champion in.
Standing here my feet are ready to break off.
The 45-year-old Fred Couples clambers to a share of third place, his best Open finish since Royal Birkdale in 1991.
That's as rare as lobster thermidor.
Nick Faldo birdies the tough 17th and then putts in from off the green on 18 for a 3-2 finish.
I haven't fancied a putt all week.
Faldo again, and that's PUTT he said by the way, after his eagle at 18.
Everyone has said it's been a great week but it hasn't.
Ian Poulter finishes bogey, three-putt for six under and is unduly harsh on himself.
I've seen pins this week I've never dreamed of.
John Daly will have to enlarge his imagination if he is to win at St Andrews again.
I'll have to look and see what the problem is when it comes to majors. I keep throwing in a big number.
Luke Donald started off the tournament impressively before ending level.
There will be a few people who will want to shake my hand.
Scottish amateur Eric Ramsay ends on four under but is pipped to the Silver Medal by countryman Lloyd Saltman.
A couple of pints of Guinness last night soon took the pain away.
Graeme McDowell resorts to the old fashioned cure after a triple-bogey eight on 17 on Saturday.
When you play St Andrews and there is not a lot of wind, that putter is the one stick that is going to win you the golf tournament.
Tom Watson, who knows a thing or two about winning Opens, reinforces the old "drive for show, putt for dough" adage.